CT - Was curious about two things I don't recall being discussed recently:
Do you find full (possibly extended) range of motion on specific exercises develop greater "separation"? I've seen some coaches recommend doing stretchier movements (i.e. deep squat vs. quarter from pins) few weeks leading up to contest citing additional definition/separation/look of fibers. You alter ROM for strength/neural but do you see aesthetic value to this?
Have you found better results throwing all rep ranges into one SINGLE movement (ala HFSW) or seprating your standard/base low rep performance work on compound movements early in the week then with higher rep ranges of these movements later in the week?
I've always enjoyed putting everything together (explosoive/activation -> ramp -> density work -> rep work on rings or whatever) but some popular styles separate power vs. volume workouts so as to not send mixed signals to body?
Thanks for any thoughts